Homosexual Advocates Beat Preachers for Carrying Signs at PrideFest
By Jerry A. Kane
Two street preachers were attacked and beaten for exercising their First Amendment right to free speech and for carrying “Repent or Else” and “Jesus Saves from Sin” signs during the homosexual PrideFest at the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington.
A group of women tried to steal their signs but were unsuccessful. The video then shows a group of men grabbing onto one of the preacher’s signs and dragging him to the ground. At some point he was punched in the back of the head a number of times while others can be seen kicking the man.
Another preacher was sucker punched in the back of the head.
Jason Qeuree and another man have been arrested. Qeuree reportedly has been arrested over two dozen times since 1995. It has also been reported that some attackers belong to the group NOH8, pronounced “no hate.” A bit of irony, wouldn’t you say?
Regrettably, such incidents are not isolated. Christians and Catholics have been routinely threatened, attacked, and assaulted by intolerant homosexuals and their supporters for speaking out against the homosexual agenda.
Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard was attacked by four homosexual activists who cursed him and poured water on him for upholding Catholic teachings on the homosexual lifestyle.
“The women disrobed to reveal black-painted slogans on their bare chests and backs, such as ‘my body my rules.’ Waving signs that read ‘stop homophobia,’ the women doused the archbishop with water from bottles formed in the image of the Virgin Mary.”
In addition, churches have been defaced by graffiti; swastikas have been painted on lawns and walls, bricks have been thrown through windows and doors; adhesive has been poured into locks; and packages containing suspicious white powder have been received through the mail.
Last August a gunman opened fire inside the Family Research Council (FRC) headquarters in Washington, D.C. Floyd Lee Corkins, Jr. pled guilty to committing an act of terrorism. Corkins shot FRC security guard Leo Johnson and was intending to shoot others when Johnson disarmed him.
Last year the group “Angry Queers” caused thousands of dollars in damage to the Portland, Oregon, campus of Mars Hill Church. The group hurled stones through stain glass windows. They said they did so because “Mars Hill is notoriously anti-gay and anti-woman.”
When Mars Hill Church opened its new campus, homosexual advocates arrived on scene to scream profanities at the children, call them “homophobes,” and tell them that they were “going to burn in Hell.”
Like their Stalinist and Nazi predecessors, supporters of the homosexual agenda seem to have adopted a moral imperative that allows them to force their ideas on the minds of others by any means possible. In their twisted thinking, the First Amendment only applies to them, and tolerance is whatever they say it is.
“I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.”—Thomas Jefferson
For more on the story see, “Christian Preachers Brutally Beaten at Gay Pride Festival,” “‘Gay’ threats of violence turn into attack,” and “Archbishop prays while topless gay activists shout curses and douse him with water.”